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    Psychology: Vision and Mission Statements

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    1. Contrast what the difference is between a mission and vision statement?

    2. In terms of strategic vision and strategic action, they are both needed for effective leadership; which do you think you are better at doing and why?

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    One of the major differences between a mission and a vision statement is the fact that an organization's mission is its key focus or purpose, as well as what the parameters are for measuring the accomplishment of the organization's overall mission are. This mission statement helps to keep the individuals within a given organization focused on a clear set of objectives, that are steps toward the completion of the overall mission of the organization. The vision statement on the other ...

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    This solution discusses the difference between a mission and vision statement.

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